Why we have the ethics of self-driving cars all wrong (World Economic Forum)

Tierr@_de_N@die: Karl Iagnemma, nuTonomy's president, tries to explain in this article why the administrations all around the world should foster and ease the implementation of AV's (Autonomous Vehicles) and why to do it would help to reduce the number of accidents.
A trolley barrels down a track at high speed. Suddenly, the driver sees five people crossing the track up ahead. There’s not enough time to brake. If the driver does nothing, all five will die. But there is enough time to switch onto a side track, killing one person instead. Should the driver pull the switch?

Source (medium.com): Why we have the ethics of self-driving cars all wrong (World Economic Forum)